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, concord had it but concord 54 and out of the north napa 65 and santa rosa 66 and oakland 63 just a complete reversal and a half moon bay 49 and that breeze is north, northeast and there is more of a westerly breeze in oakland, north wind at fso, southerly breeze, half- moon bay, it is depending on the temperatures and we'll see temperatures around the coast and right around point ray lighthouse and it is south of that. we are getting sunny weather and it is 35 and snowing. our record snow fall, it is still in the teens and 20s, for us 46 at monterey, 61 sacramento. so there are very warm temperatures and very cool temperatures but the fog usually starts to come around and still warm inland and those temperatures are dependant and 80s for many, they are coming  down 75 degrees and other locations are dropping a good 75 to 80s and it falls a wart and pictures will -- falls apart and cooler on wednesday, that is not a problem and it is holding steady on friday and a little bit warmer on the weekend. >> 6:12, flight delays because of air traffic controller furloughs. >>> what repub
clear it is looking over san francisco. 49 degrees in napa and los gatos. the temperatures will be falling quite a bit. i will be showing you how low the temperatures will go and a look at a warming trend coming in a few minutes. carolyn, dan? >> a huge reward for a serious case of vandalism. the attacks against two key facilities that knocked out power and phone service. >> and the new explore for yum transformed. what to expect for tomorrow's big reopening. >> and the heros of the boston bombings, the people who ran toward the blast to help the wounded. >> that's all coming up and then late other "nightline." >> thanks. later on "nightline" a massive search for the culprit behind a dead looy bombing. they piece together the clues and go in the anatomy of terror. and the nation warns >>> breaking news tonight. san francisco authorities are on the lookout for at least one escapee from a juvenile facility near twin peeks. there was a break out around 10:00 at the youth guidance center and police are searching the area right now. >>> new at 11:00, at&t announced a reward to f
records. 87 in san jose and 87 degrees at napa. and we beat some of the records in oaand, san rafael, and napa, those are the old records. we beat them by 1, 2, 3, and 5 degrees. it's not going to last for long because look at that. fog returned to the golden gate bridge and that's the natural air-conditioning that kicks in after a heat spell. it will do it tomorrow and big time midweek. we'll have the entire forecast and tell you when to expect the real cooling trend when we have the forecast a few minutes from now. mr. bastida. >> thanks. the warm weather drew a huge crowd to the annual 4/20 smokeout at golden gate park. they left it totally trashed. in more ways than one. check it out. joe vazquez found out partyers aren't the only problem for city parks right now. >> reporter: about 15,000 people came out here to the golden gate park this saturday with the express purpose of getting high. the city is saying the mess that was left behind is a new low. they call it 4/20, the celebration on 4/20 in golden gate park. 420 happens to be code for marijuana, and that happens to be the
are in the mid- and upper 30s. dewpoints is an indication of how low it could get. currently in napa it's 63 degrees. by tomorrow morning, napa could easily get down to 35 or 38 degrees. look for frost in the morning hours. it'll be a warmer day tomorrow. i'll get back here at 10:35, the specific forecast high for your city and the details for that warming trend in the five day forecast. we'll see you back here. >> working bolts on the bay bridge. coming up in three minutes revealing new information tonight about tests that could have detected those problems years ago. >> plus the first court appearance in an alleged teenage sex assault case. the latest claim that could lead to a civil lawsuit. >>> water service is just beginning to return to several customers after a water main broke around 3:00 this afternoon. it happened on lorenzo avenue across from a high school. only seven customers are affected but that includes the school. no word yet on what caused the pipe to break. >>> new questions are being raised tonight about those failed bolts on the new eastern span of the new bridge. caltra
, we're at napa's river front. we can see a surveillance camera over there, monitoring the public. now in the event of a crime that video and images from a cell phone are more and more likely to lead to a suspect. >> i would be looking for something to measure and calculate his height. i would be liking at the frame rate of the video. >> reporter: steve bowler showed us how enhancing grainy surveillance video can help investigators. >> clothing would be a factor too that i would be looking at. >> reporter: details that can help identify the shape of a person's face, clothing, or even what the person is holding in his hands. forensic experts, and police tell me video is often invaluable in situations such as the boston bombing. >> there's just so many videos out there. yeah, i think they'll find something. >> reporter: an advocate for the evidence in seeking truth. saying video forensics is a tool in finding the perpetrator and exonerating the accused. a team of people not only looking at surveillance video, but those from cell phones, which usually offer better quality. >> surveillance
helps some crimes. >> reporter: frank, we're at napa's river front. we can see a surveillance camera over there, monitoring the public. now in the event of a crime that video and images from a cell phone are more and more likely to lead to a suspect. >> i would be looking for something to measure and calculate his height. i would be liking at the frame rate of the video. >> reporter: steve bowler showed us how enhancing grainy surveillance video can help investigators. >> clothing would be a factor too that i would be looking at. >> reporter: details that can help identify the shape of a person's face, clothing, or even what the person is holding in his hands. forensic experts, and police tell me video is often invaluable in situations such as the boston bombing. >> there's just so many videos out there. yeah, i think they'll find something. >> reporter: an advocate for the evidence in seeking truth. saying video forensics is a tool in finding the perpetrator and exonerating the accused. a team of people not only looking at surveillance video, but those from cell phones, which usuall
francisco. 49 degrees in napa and los gatos. the temperatures will be falling quite a bit. i will be showing you how low the temperatures will go and a look at a warming trend coming in a few minutes. carolyn, dan? >> a huge reward for a serious case of vandalism. the attacks against two key facilities that knocked out power and phone service. >> and the new explore for yum transformed. what to expect for tomorrow's big reopening. >> and the heros of the boston bombings, the people who ran toward the blast to help the wounded. >> that's all coming up and "nightline."ne." >> thanks. later on "nightline" a massive search for the culprit looy b a dead looy bombing. they piece together the clues and go in the anatomy o and the nati terror. and the nation warns> bre >>> breaking news tonight. san francisco authorities are on the lookout for at least one escapee from a juvenile facility near twin peeks. there was a break out around 10:00 at the youth guidance center and police are searching the area right now. >>> new at 11:00, at&t announced a reward to find those who tampered with phone lines in
, napa sonoma county under the frost advisory. freeze warning for the interior mendocino county areas. 11:00 p.m. tonight until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow. ukiah included in there. so make sure produce text the frost sentstive plants. winds cropped off quite a bit and it's not as breezy anywhere as you look at our high definition roof top camera. see the trees are not swaying in the wind. visibility good exploratorium right now 52 degrees and 54 in san jose. half man bay 48 degrees. here's another vantage point from our high definition emeryville camera. you can clearly see across the bay. how got visibility is. santa rosa right now 58 degrees. livermore 57 and mid 50's los gatos. highlights cold inland with patchy morning frost expecting warming trend started today to kin through the weekend. and then dry pattern is expected through the weekend. out door plans looking fine. high pressure pretty much going to be the dominant force here and ridge of high pressure gets closer to the bay area we continue to see a string of sunny and warmer days. tomorrow morning, thoug though, any
record at 89. mauft field at 88. napa airport reaching a high of 87 degrees. san francisco topping out at 83. also going down in the history books. now the down sloping warming winds coming slightly offshore will keep temperatures here in the low 80s. when it comes to that heat today we showed you this in the 5:00 hour it has been 40 to 50 years for parts of the bay since it has been this hot this time of the year. the record at oakland 85 degrees. the last time it was this hot this time of the year was in 1966. we are tracking a cooler flow coming our way with on shore winds. we'll let you know when the foggy breeze returns coming up in the full forecast mpts. >>> new information about the three teens arrested in connection with the alleged sexual assault of 15-year-old audrie pott. the former saratoga high school girl committed suicide last year and her parents say it was the result of bullying and humiliation after she was sexual assaulted by the teens after passing out at the party. tony kovaleski broke this latest piece of information earlier today. you have learned that the three
. the old records were mostly in the 80s. and today we broke some of them by as much as 5 degrees. napa is 87, 5 degrees warmer than the old record. oakland sets a record, san rafael, mountain view, livermore, a few more before it's done because it's still warming up. at 4 minutes after 6:00 it's still in the mid-80s at concord and it's still in the mid-80s in santa rosa. but there's relief in sight as high pressure that's offshore begins to weaken enough to allow some stratus to work up from southern california that will cool us down especially midweek. we'll tell you how much and when to expect that little puff of relief into the bay area when we do the forecast in a few minutes. allen? >> thank you. >>> checking bay area headlines, two people were hurt when a refrigeration unit ruptured at a richmond grocery store. now, we're told a repairman was servicing the unit when it blew. he got an injury to his hand and a store employee being treated for chemical inhalation. >>> stores in a san jose mall are open for business after a gas leak prompted evacuations today. construction crews hi
santa rosa and napa up. after an highs, plenty of the '80s, 80 in mountain view, 84 los gatos. 80 to be high and pleasanton, mid to upper 60s for downtown san francisco and '70s on our east bay's shoreline. we have interesting changes to talk about, satellite and radar. dry conditions over the bay right now but to our north even seen some moderate to heavy rain attacking the pacific northwest. precipitation will not hit as but the cloud cover will stream into portions of california. do not be surprised if you see clouds north of the golden gate bridge. sunny, what are conditions for everyone else. we could pick up some ideas as we start next work week. 7:22 a.m. here is george with traffic. >> a quiet ride around the bay area, no hot spots this morning. even at the bridges, light traffic. the bay bridges where the backup is. 12 of 14 minute commute time from the macarthur maze. this and the sale bridge looks the and, delay free and 11 minute commute time to foster city. the ride to the golden gate bridge is also white mayor across the spanlight across thea fatal accident occurred
? maybe july but not april that is rare for us. san jose only 60. napa was the warm spot, 63 degrees. very chilly outside and still breezy that wind coming down, from the north, carrying cold air kids will need a jacket at the bus stop tomorrow morning. san raphael, 41, downtown san francisco, 46 degrees. i have zoomed in, kpix 5 high- def doppler, showers moving over, walnut creek saw a few, pushing south and dissipating. a wave of low pressure moving around the big low pressure area that helped give us this wind. strong low pressure east, strong high pressure offshore to the west and in between, strong northerly winds, even tomorrow high pressure moves out. it will be breezy, winds from the north. not going to hit 70, 5 to 7 degrees milder than today. breezy and chilly outside. wednesday now high pressure just right over top of us the low in the great plains that is when the wind will decrease temperatures will increase back to the 70s. staying windy, through midnight breezy tomorrow, cool on tuesday warmer stuff, 70s, some of them will hit 80 degrees for thursday. for tomorrow with that
. 81 degrees expected in napa. the satellite & radar low 80s and campbell --. gradual cooling but pretty nice conditions. mid '80s. marty? >> thank-you, janu. more than 100 people gathered at saratoga high school friday night for a candlelight vigil. in memory of audrie pott. pott is the teenager who committed suicide last year, after being sexually assaulted and then taunted with photos and videos of the assault. audrie's friends and family hope the vigil will bring more attention to the circumstances leading up to her death. they have a message to the three boys who attacked the teen. >> i just want more girls to be aware of what happened to them and boys need to be smarter. and understand that when you do sothat to someone is really messes them up and they did not kill her physically but they killed her and another way. i want them to sit down and understand and how much they heard someone. we lost someone that we love. >> audrie's friends and family say she was loved by many. a banner was the centerpiece of the vigil and was left for friends and classmates to remember audr
chilly outside. low 60's for you in kentfield. napa, you were the warm spot at 63. downtown san francisco, it got no warmer than 54 all day. a weak area of low pressure sliding by. showers are gone. once again, kpix 5 high deaf doppler is dry. low pressure off to our east, which is very strong. right in between the two, you get a pressure gradient. the stronger the gradient, the stronger the wind is. we have another windy day today. look where the winds are coming from. from the north. that's why it will be a chilly tonight. tomorrow it will still be breezy, and that low is close enough. we'll have winds 15, 20, 25 miles per hour, and it will be chilly. then on wednesday, things change significantly. the low is gone. the wind goes away. that will allow temperatures to climb into the 70's. by thursday, many of you will be back into the 80's and leveling off right around 80 degrees, away from the water. from thursday all the way through the weekend. but tomorrow will be chilly and breezy. concord, 67. san jose, 67 degrees.
clear. temperatures are chilly in spots. let's get you out there. 37degrees in the napa valley, 42 livermore, 43 san jose, 52, wind into fairfield. a wind advisory continues into the central valley through the carquinas strait. breezy for the bay area, not as windy as yesterday. you've got high pressure trying to build behind the low causing winds to kick up around the bay area. still temperatures are going to rebound, yesterday in the 50s and a few 60s this afternoon. we could see some upper 60s by the latter part of the day, and maybe some 70s and 80s in the not too distant future. let's check out the roads. >>> good morning. we'll start off with the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic is moving well into san francisco, wide open at the pay gates. san mateo, caltrans has a high wind advisory for 92 across the span, but no traffic delays yet, no road work. all lanes are available as you make that drive out of the east bay towards the peninsula. in the east bay, the dublin interchange, headlights are the westbound commute. still looking okay, more traffic out there making that early dri
. those to 28 miles per hour gusting to 33. that's the highest in fairfield right now. 28 in napa. and 21 miles per hour in concord. it will be breezy throughout the afternoon. no getting around that. but still, it's going to be warmer today and then tonight, should be mostly clear and that warming trend will continue over the next few days lots of sunshine coming our way. and i think a lot less wind, too. this ridge is going to start to build in across the state of california and along the west coast. that is going to keep us dry with some much warmer temperatures expected. wouldn't be surprised to get near 80 by tomorrow afternoon. of course, everything is growing now and so the pollen count is running high. so yeah, don't be surprised to see the allergies over the next few days running high, as well. temperatures around the bay area today, 69 in milpitas, but about 72 in san jose. 70 morgan hill. 62 degrees in pacifica. east bay temperatures in the 70s in many spots. inside the bay, the winds will be kicking up but not too bad. 71 oakland. 65 san francisco. 72 santa rosa. as we look ou
morning is going to start off chilly in north bay valleys temperatures around freezing. 33 degrees in napa. so just a degree above freezing. low to mid-40s around the bay and coast. it will be a chilly one and we can see some frost in the north bay valleys protected by winds. 67 tomorrow afternoon. 72 across the bay in oakland. mid-70s santa rosa, napa. is going to be sunny. 62 half moon bay. enjoy sun it's going to stick around throughout the weekend. low 80s thursday, friday. and inland areas low 60s coast side. that low clouds begin to return near coastline so... saturday might be cooler near the coast. cooler into tuesday you'll notice no rain drops. >> all right. thank you. >> lots of sports boxing to talk about. >> the yes now is how could he beat the unbeaten? >>> signs of progress at yahoo. earnings report shows profits up by 36% but revenues down. yahoo continues to struggle at selling ads. intel sticking to its guns. the company insisted today it can reach its forecasts for the year. intel reports earnings of $2 billion about what it had predicted. wall street made up ground lost
it is definitely colder this morning. napa currently 37, 36 palo alto. we're seeing plenty of 30's and the north bay, very chilly this morning but we'll make up for it into the afternoon. by 12:00, all the agreement means pretty mild conditions with everyone pretty much in the '60s. by 3:00 p.m. we get pretty close to 70 but i think that will stick out our area. we have a wind advisory in effect for the central valley that includes their field. it will be breezy and land and pretty mild for the rest of the bay area. by 8:00 p.m. tonight we will see a wide range of '50s. cupertino could reach 70 but fremont 67 and milpitas, and an upstairs 60s for places like fairfield and that's bird.pitts the a's a face off against the astros tonight at 0 dacko at 7:05 p.m. is the first pitch. temperatures and low 60s with pretty breezy conditions. 7 day around the bay shows a string blasting into the weekend. saturday sunday and to monday >> still monitoring a big house five years, san mateo 1 01 southbound and 92, two right lanes set down with an overturned big rig that spilled scrap metal onto the roadway. t
for a portionf the no. 372 in santa rosa, 78 and napa. 70 in fairfield. otherwise, in the upper 60s closer to the coastline, temperatures were in the low 60s but back down into the 50s. as to take a look ahead, tonight we're going to have clear skies. my temperatures. tomorrow will be warmer than today. more 70 degree readings. we will continue this warming trend through the weekend until early next week. take a look outside satellite and radar pitcher, crystal clear skies. this is a wire pattern we have been very accustomed to the past few months. we're getting it again after the rest of the workweek. for the futurecast, tomorrow morning, fairly mild outside in the '50s. as we head into the afternoon, quickly getting into the '70s for the north bay the delta and the south bay will see widespread '70s into the 3:00 hour. temperatures in the morning lows in the '40's. widespread 40 to start and then upper seventies for the south bay tomorrow afternoon. for the east bay, widespread '70s. low seventies east bay stores. 774 livermore. closer to the coastline be kept in the '60s tomorrow, but o
for the next seven days. zero fog at the coast and golden gate. hayward 72 today. napa 72. concord and gilroy 71. san jose almost to 70. downtown san francisco up 5 degrees up to 65. nothing coming down from the sky. kpix 5 hi-def doppler is dry. there's a good reason for it because there's a really big area of high pressure building in. the difference between high pressure to our west and low pressure to our east has caused the wind but now as low pressure moves away that pressure gradient difference will get narrow and there will be a breeze tomorrow. that's it. wind not a problem after this evening. that high pressure dome is getting closer to us now and getting stronger going to expand its influence. what that means for you? more sunshine, less wind, much warmer temperatures. an offshore wind will begin tomorrow. it's going to stick around for 7 to 10 straight days. each day warm, each day sunny, each day with zero fog. and until i see something moving in this pattern we'll keep calling for mild weather. i don't see it changing for a while. tomorrow livermore 77 no wind. san jose 77, no w
temperatures, 40s near the coast, especially near half moon bay. interior north bay, napa valley, mid-to-upper 40s there. 44 degrees in antioch overnight tonight, 51. here's the setup for the next few days. high pressure will continue to build in. you can see what it's doing, just pushing the jet stream or the area of storminess well to the north of the bay area. so no rain in our accuweather seven-day forecast. it will keep us clear tonight as well as tomorrow and as we head into monday and tuesday, this high will really start to peak and push inland and that's going to mean peak temperatures, the warmest temperatures, monday and tuesday. and we're talking daytime highs close to 90 degrees especially inland. so a possibility of record highs. here's how we'll look tomorrow. you can see for oakland, 75 degrees. by monday, temperatures start to come up. low 80s. and then as the sea breeze moves in, temperatures drive back down into the 60s, livermore valley area, 87 for sunday. notice the warmest day, monday, close to 90 degrees, through tuesday, and then cool off by thursday, friday, a
near the coast, especially near half moon bay. interior north bay, napa valley, mid-to-upper 40s there. 44 degrees in antioch overnight tonight, 51. here's the setup for the next few days. high pressure will continue to build in. you can see what it's doing, just pushing the jet stream or the area of storminess well to the north of the bay area. so no rain in our accuweather seven-day forecast. it will keep us clear tonight as well as tomorrow and as we head into monday and tuesday, this high will really start and peak and push inland and that's going to mean peak temperatures, the warmest temperatures, monday and tuesday. and we're talking daytime highs close to 90 degrees especially inland. so a possibility of record highs. here's how we'll look tomorrow. you can see for oakland, 75 degrees. by monday, temperatures start to come up. low 80s. and then as the sea breeze moves in, temperatures drive back down into the 60s, livermore valley area, 87 for sunday. notice the warmest day, monday, close to 90 degrees, through tuesday, and then cool off by thursday, friday, and saturday, so en
, take a look at readings coming down in san francisco to 73 degrees now. 88 in mountain view. 87 napa. still warm. 91 in los gatos that. is the warmest reading at this moment. into evening hours, sunny start but mild, upper 40s to low 60s and highs again tomorrow into low to mid-80s into warmest spots. another warm day. larry, carrow sflin. >> thank you. >> happening now in the south bay, san jose police detectives investigating the city's 14th homicide of the year authorities found a man suffering from a stab wound. the man pronounced dead at the scene. homicide investigators have not releel veel aid motive yet. >> police looking for this man suspected of killing a man saturday night. the 26-year-old michael sutar considered armed and dangerous. tailor died sunday morning this, is the second homicide this year. >> a little league in vallejo shut down after a shooting will resume the game this evening. a security company offered to open the games. the games suspended after a tee ball game ended in gunfire. parents decided to try to continue continue the season. the ceo of integrity pr
in san francisco, 88 in santa rosa. that's a record. 87 at napa. 90 at fairfield. concord snapped a record. 87 at livermore. almost a record. and yet if summer in april isn't your idea of a good time, there is relief in sight and we'll have that when we do the forecast about 5 minutes from now. we'll see you then. >> all right, brian, thanks. >>> today is earth day. san mateo county and four cities are showing their support for the environment by banning plastic shopping bags. we sent kpix 5's len ramirez to find out the pros and cons. >> reporter: allen, i'm here in san jose. and san jose was one of the first big cities to have a bag ordinance in effect. it's been going on for more than a year so a lot of folks are getting used to the idea. and regular shoppers say it is now the new normal. >>> reporter: life after the plastic bag ban in san jose. >> i'm glad you asked. >> reporter: a year and five months since it's been on the books, and it's not a sad sack story for jill malone. >> you know, i just have a bunch of bags in my car. if i forget sometimes i just put the food in a c
in napa. 36 in fairfield. these numbers are cool enough to get you some frost. you go out to forestville or further east up toward the davis area. you might see numbers cooler than that. as we go through the next few days the high pressure building in. forget the cold numbers those go away after tomorrow. we see a general upward spike in temperatures and they work their way into the 80s as we go toward the end of the week. it's going to be nice. not hot but nice. the high pressure owning the area. the wind forecast, this computer model shows wind speeds. tomorrow morning at 8:00 a.m., this responds with 11-mile an hour wind. and as you go into that's tomorrow morning. as you go into tomorrow afternoon not too bad either. but still breezy offshore. you go out a little shorter and you see the winds go away thursday and friday. that's when you get the big warm up when there's less wind you're going to see the winds trickle down. there won't be a lot of offshore component to the winds and temperatures will warm. forecast highs tomorrow, for cities where you live or near where you live. lots
in fairfield. 15 in livermore. and 12 miles per hour in the napa valley. gusts higher than that. that's helped to keep these temperatures well mixed and up a bit. 55 oakland, 53 in san jose. by the afternoon, warmer. yesterday not bad we topped out in the upper 60s inland but looks like this afternoon some 70s likely to pop up maybe some 80s in the coming days. we'll talk more about that in a moment. right now, let's check the roads with liza battalones. >>> slow traffic in the usual places, 580 going to be backed up along the altamont pass leaving grant line road and that's going to stay heavy in patches towards the pleasanton area. now, the bay bridge commute is crowded now, westbound traffic is backed up from about the 880 overcrossing. the metering lights are still off. not too far from here, along 880, all lanes are now open following the earlier stalled a.c. transit bus, again all northbound lanes of 880 are now open approaching oak street. san mateo bridge looking good. westbound traffic fine approaching the toll plaza. there are no problems as of yet for the commute all the way across
at 20 miles per hour at sfo also into fairfield. 15 in livermore. and 12 in the napa valley. so that's helped to keep these temperatures up a few degrees. numbers running in the 50s into oakland, also san francisco. one cool spot, 47 degrees in santa rosa. by the afternoon, though, warming trend in effect and it's going to stick around for a while now pushing up into the 70s in some of the valleys maybe 80s in a few days. we'll talk about that coming up. right now liza battalones has traffic. >> lawrence, you look very good for your age, just want you to know. for your age. [ laughter ] >>> 880 in oakland, a stalled ac transit bus causing problems now. two right lanes are shut down northbound 880 approaching oak street. you can see some of the yellow there so it is causing some delays getting through there. chp has issued an advisory warning commuters of this closure again two right lanes shut down northbound 880 at oak street. not too far from there 880 approaching 66 you can see some of those delays are now catching up to the exits behind it so now northbound 880 is going to be slo
and '50's out there. a little chilly in santa rosa. 55 right now and napa, low 50s vallejo, up 54 concord. ito o'clock may agree in years green indicates the temperatures in the '60s. we will have some 70 degree readings by your afternoon highs with plenty of sunshine and blues guys persisting into the afternoon. into the night, temperatures will cool but still on the comfortable side with a good mixing of the upper 50s and lo. keep in md yesterday we saw barely any '70s but we have plenty on the board today. 72 walnut creek, 73 danville. looks like santa rosa is checking and at 73 degrees. of those of you going tobacco first pitches at 1235 with temperatures in the upper 60s. 7 day around the bay forecast shows a string of sunshine and very warm weather. into the weekend, temperatures to climb into the mid '80s and land and upper seventies and eighties around the bay. >> to incidents of vandalism in san jose appeared to be connected. at&t announced a $25,000 reward for information that would lead to an arrest of a suspect or suspects responsible for cutting at&t fiber optic cables. here
in napa. >> satellite and radar picture shows dry conditions of the bay area. again, most of us waking up to clear skies. we do have breezy conditions in spot along the coastline and for inland spots like fairfield. the wind will shift. they will die down heading into the afternoon. although it will be breezy at times, sunshine and pleasant conditions will persist. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights gradually warmer weather. we will continue to kick it up a notch. tech out sunday to monday. temperatures climbing into the mid-80s. >> upper seventies low '80s a brown the bay. mid to upper 60s along the coast. >> will continue to look at your extended forecast coming up in a couple of minutes. >> meantime, the traffic center quiet. it is a good time to leave your house. looking outside here is the bay bridge is traffic a little heavier than 10 minutes ago. >> still no way to pay gates. >> this and tell bridge traffic moving well in both directions. shaping up to the relatively typical commute. >> south bound 101 tracking a lot of space between cars. >> of you taking the
starting off this morning in the mid-50s in nevado. a little cool in napa. san jose, 53. we have a big area of high pressure that's in control of our weather for today. really, for the next couple of days, this thing's going to be in charge of our weather and responsible for a big warm-up. in fact, it's going to feel more like summer today than anything else. keep the spf handy. 77 in san rafal. 73 in oakland. 78 in san jose. temperatures crank a little warmer. we could be looking at a few records not only for tomorrow but through tuesday. this could be some of the warmest weather we've seen if we, in fact, get back into the mid to upper 80s by monday. we could see a few valleys top out near 90. unbelievable. >> sounds unfathomable. thank you, appreciate it. the 11-year-old boy from martinez whose leg was badly injured in monday's bombings continues to recover this morning. the family says he was able to eat his first solid meal in the hospital yesterday and that he could be released soon from the hospital. a family friend and neighbor is holding a photo fund raiser for aaron today. many lo
great for outdoor plans. 73 for napa. getting into thursday and friday, temperatures keep on climbing. we'll be in the mid-80s by sunday. >> that's your latest weather. by the way, we've got a contest going. go to "today".com for a chance for me to come to your house, whether you like it or not, to do the weather. to enter go to today's.com. to your house and break in. it's going to be fantastic. seriously we'll have a good time. go to today.com and check out the rules. >>> now to be well, to be healthy we're going to be treating common ailments with the three ds, diet, drugstore, doctor. madelyn fernstrom is "today's" diet and nutrition editor. >> nice to see you al. >> a lot of times you have common ailments, should i see the doctor, is it something i can get out of the drugstore. >> save yourself time and money. start with the easy things, go from diet to the drugstore and if you need to, see your doctor. you need this as evidence as what you try to do. take control of your health. >> start with bad breath. >> big problem for a lot of people. first is what you're eating. onion, gar
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